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EN: Through Footed Channels, 2018. Cyanotypes, solarfast and screen prints of the artist’s bacteria paintings (made with bioluminescent bacteria (kanamycin) with the assistance of Patrick Torbey, PhD), and microscopic brain imagery (rat hippocampal neurons, courtesy of Maria Joana Pinto, PhD and the human cerebellum), aerial images of destroyed landscapes (archival photograph of Hiroshima after the bombing, courtesy Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, and photograph of pollution produced by the Rio Tinto mine, Spain, courtesy J Henry Fair), macroscopic photographs taken by the artist of an abandoned copper refinery in Inujima, Japan. Japanese iwa enogu (crushed glass) pigments, French and Italian natural pigments and Sennelier sustainable green for oil painting medium on canvas. 57.7’’ x 35’’ (146cm x 89cm). Private collection, Dallas, TX.

FR : Through Footed Channels, 2018. Cyanotypes, tirages solarfast et sérigraphies (à motif des dessins aux bactéries E coli de l’artiste, photographies aériennes des paysages détruits par l’homme (Hiroshima après la bombe nucléaire, mine Rio Tinto, Espagne…), photographies microscopiques du cerveau humain (synapses, cellules gliales), et photographies prises par l’artiste des affineries de cuivre et du paysage japonais), papier washi japonais, pigments japonais iwa enogu (verre écrasé), et pigments naturels provenant de la terre française et italienne, huile de lin et Sennelier « green for oil » médium à peindre écologique sur toile. 146cm x 89cm. Collection privée, Dallas, TX, États-Unis

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